News from Spain, as reported by Sport Witness , state that the Red Devils have everything agreed to bring the Frenchman to Old Trafford.
United are said to have fought off interest from PSG and Barcelona to sign the prolific forward, but the transfer is dependent on whether they can offload Lukaku.
Inter Milan are thought to be front runners for Lukaku’s signature, with the clubs still locked in discussions over a potential £80 million deal.
Ben Yedder’s next destination is said to almost certainly be the Premier League, and United are confident the transfer will be completed if Lukaku moves on this summer.
If Lukaku does not end up leaving Old Trafford, the Ben Yedder deal is not ruled out, but United will have less persuasion power.
Ben Yedder’s role would no doubt be less pivotal with Lukaku still at the club, and Sevilla boss Monchi would be sure to use this to his advantage in the hope of convincing his star man to stay.
The 28-year-old is a hero at Sevilla, and enjoyed a successful time in front of goal last season.
He scored 30 goals in 53 appearances, in addition to providing 11 assists.
United are keen to add Ben Yedder to their list of striking options, with his release clause currently set at £35 million.
One player who could be heading out of Old Trafford, in addition to Lukaku, is full-back Diego Dalot.
The London Evening Standard report that United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to move on the Portuguese defender.
Solskjaer has just signed Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace in a £50 million deal – who plays the same position as Dalot – meaning the ex-Porto star is now surplus to requirements.